The Space Place
WTOP columnist Greg Redfern visited Shenandoah National Park this past Friday to discuss asteroids and comets.
On this day, WTOP columnist Greg Redfern remembers the 1969 moon landing.
Mercury and Venus will be close to one another in the early morning skies over the next few days.
NASA is predicting it could it could find out in the next few decades, according to The Register.
Are we alone? July 2 is World UFO Day and seeks to answer that question as people gather together to watch the skies for unidentified flying objects.
Once they get it, the results are unbelievable.
The annual Astronomy Festival on the National Mall begins at 6 p.m. tonight.
For me, the best astronomy activity someone can participate in is a "Star Party," and we are now entering prime time for them.
A rare meteor shower will brighten the night skies above the metro area Saturday. Learn more about where these meteorites came from and the best viewing times.
Yeah, there's another one in October, but why wait?
Climate scientists expect a particularly strong El Nino this summer to lead to fewer hurricanes in the Atlantic.
On Tuesday morning, around the time of 3:06 a.m., the moon will be eclipsed by Earth's shadow for about 78 minutes.
Mars will be close to Earth, and the moon undergoes a total eclipse.
Just make sure you have the right view.
WTOP space contributor Greg Redfern explores the future of manned spaceflight at NASA's Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va.
The Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics announcement of the first direct evidence of inflation and gravitational waves is monumental in our understanding of the creation of the universe.
WTOP space correspondent Greg Redfern
I was launched into the Twitterverse last night during the Oscars and saw 1st hand the power of Social Media. The Oscar show last night was not the best for many reasons BUT Twitter was something to see.
WTOP Space Contributor Greg Redfern discusses the latest stories from the final frontier -- from major discoveries -- to the near drowning of an Italian astronaut during a spacewalk.
With our terrestrial weather (winter) having been such a factor in our daily lives recently here in the DMV, I thought you might find the following of interest. It certainly provides food for thought in a realm you are probably not familiar with - space weather.
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